The Daily Mirror leads on its campaign to get teachers priority access to coronavirus vaccines in memory of Donna Coleman who died of COVID-19 at 42.
One million over-75s nationwide are refusing to pay their TV licence fee, according to the Daily Express.
The Times front page claims that UK shoppers are being forced to pay a third extra for products from Europe after Brexit.
The Daily Mail also leads on reports that people could be paid £500 if they test positive for the virus, with claims the scheme would cost £450 million a week.
The Daily Telegraph reports that the government is planning on paying £500 to anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 and has to self-isolate.
The Guardian reports that the new £500 scheme is being considered over concerns only 17% of people with symptoms are getting tested for fear of being out of work.
Metro leads on figures that show violent assaults on emergency services workers are the most common crimes committed during the pandemic.
President Joe Biden will sign the US up to the World Health Organisation’s COVAX initiative to get poorer countries better access to coronavirus vaccines, reports the Financial Times.